In a photo obtained by Bryan Smith, this view is from the east end of the Florida Arrow passenger train bound for Montgomery, Birmingham and points beyond. The train is stopped at the Passenger Station Central of Georgia yard         
A combination observation-buffet-sleeping car, made especially for the Pullman Company's exhibit at the Chicago World Fair of 1933. The car was named for George M. Pullman, the company founder.
Date: 3/1/1935 Location: Dothan, AL   Map Show Dothan on a rail map Views: 1587 Collection Of:   Bernie Feltman
Author:  Bernie Feltman
In a photo obtained by Bryan Smith, this view is from the east end of the Florida Arrow passenger train bound for Montgomery, Birmingham and points beyond.  The train is stopped at the Passenger Station Central of Georgia yard
Picture Categories: Yard,Passenger This picture is part of album:  SCL/SBD Alabama/Florida Foreign Power Stills/Roster; Cars, Bldgs. etc
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Charles Burgess General What would the routing on this train be? Nice find. 7/25/2014 10:42:21 AM
Olaf Junges General Cool picture! 7/26/2014 2:49:47 AM
Bob Hasty General This was taken on the ACL at the ACL depot in the "Dixie" section of Dothan. The depot can be seen above the 5th and 6th car from the rear. I worked in that station in 1977 & 1978. 8/18/2014 4:52:24 PM
Jerry LaBoda General This is Pullman's GEORGE M. PULLMAN 3 Double Bedroom - 1 Drawing Room - lounge observation car. Constructed from aluminum, it was a one of a kind and a great catch!!! 12/28/2014 12:38:27 AM

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